Grateful Dead Live at Manhattan Center on 1971-04-05
Cold Rain & Snow, Me And Bobby McGee, The Rub, Loser, Playin' In The Band, Big Railroad Blues, Me & My Uncle, Big Boss Man, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Casey Jones
Truckin'-> Drums-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat, Sugar Magnolia, I'm A King Bee, Bertha, Deal, Sing Me Back Home, Not Fade Away-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Not Fade Away-> Turn On Your Love Light
'Dance Marathon' - Other artist(s): NRPS
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Manhattan CenterLocation New York, NYSource SBD -> Master Reel -> PCM -> Dat (44.1k)Lineage Dat -> Samplitude Professional v11.1 -> FLACTransferred by Charlie Miller
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- This source is a fix of shnid=110127 (Fixed track mark on d2t04)
-- Thanks to Bill Reutelhuber for his help with this project
January 25, 2015
too many people
I believe that this was the show that was so packed that people were getting crushed toward the front of the theater. I saw several girls carried out of the mob. This was before "Take a Step Back" was practiced and it was the first show I attended where it was obvious that too many tickets had been sold. By the time of this show the band had gained a large following and so whether the tickets were oversold or some other reason it was a madhouse. I hope someone who was there can remember the date I speak of can concur with me on this. The Dead were in full strength by this time and the venue was too small. Five stars for performance but zero for security.
July 23, 2014
Such a laid back 1st set tempo-wise, measured and grooving. I use Winamp to listen to any saved files and it plays seamlessly.
August 26, 2012
I can hear Pigpen's organ very clearly in Cold Rain & Snow, and I love it!
I just listened to the beautiful Truckin' into The Other One into Wharf Rat. I have just one complaint: the three interruptions.
Anyone know how to combine them into one seamless track? I currently save them as mp3s in WMP, and burn a lot of stuff onto CDs from there. I have Audacity, but I'm not proficient in it or any other audio-editing software.
I fondly remember the days (40 years ago!) when we'd snap in a cassette and hear 45 (or 60) minutes of uninterrupted Grateful Dead bliss.